Put a testing framework in place for the JS Porter2 stemmer, and tried it out with the preflight function. All good, so ready to continue with the rest of the code. Also encoded JT's and my submission for TEI 2019 in jTEI and tweaked a bit. JT will proof. 180 minutes.
Also had a team meeting and discussed the grant application and other plans. 300 minutes.
Did one of the first-day presentations, after talking to SA about how it should align with his day-2 one. Started joint notes on another one with JJ. 120 minutes.
XSLT in place but not finished; target in build file but not called by default. 100 minutes.
...for our DHSI course. Steady progress. 120 minutes.
Met with JJ and started working out the details of the course, assigning things, and confirming plans and guests. 90 minutes.
I'm through the first pass at creating a little website for the category analysis, and I went to the trouble of getting it to work in Windows as well (which took at least half of the time spent). The only wrinkle apart from Windows filepath-wrangling was that I had to deal with the fact that for base categories, the same block of text may be retrieved multiple times from the same interview because it's tagged with multiple sub-categories, so I had to filter out those dupes.
I finally have the rather gnarly code that finds and lists the best candidates for tagged interviews working, and I'm now using that to build all the HTML interviews. I've also added anchors to the HTML so that when I'm creating the analysis listings pages, each extract can link to its source in context. Those pages are next. 180 minutes.
All-day workshop had everybody tagging with Oxygen, and my two interviews both got fully encoded; I'm now working on the processing which will create a useful set of listings pages for each of the categories. 420 minutes.